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  1. Bojan

    Response to Tom Kepler (from )Thanks for the reference to Benjamini. I am going to try to link to a Benjamini 2008 coenmmt on Efron.Maybe at some point you can explain something I have puzzled over on p. 3 where he describes giving coenmmts at a conference once and “was almost booed”. The worry about those selection effects seems obvious….or at least as much as the selection effects that give rise to the interest in FDR computations to begin with.I find it interesting that he views the FDR as more appropriate in dealing with data-dependent selection effects (both for screening and reporting) than the “local” FDR, which he suggests is useful more for “the decision-making scientist”.


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